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GPA Introduces New Security Papers

Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Press release from the issuing company

Chicago, IL – GPA is proud to announce a new addition to their growing collection of specialty substrates: Ultra Digital® Security Papers for HP Indigo and toner digital presses. These papers were created for applications where document authenticity is absolutely critical. With a range of built-in security features and patented anti-counterfeiting technology, they protect sensitive documents from unauthorized reproduction.

GPA’s Ultra Digital® Security Papers include two different papers:

  • 60# Blue Offset Security Paper: has seven different security features that prevent tampering and unauthorized copying, including the word “VOID” that appears when the original is copied or scanned.
  • 60# Blue Offset Prescription Paper: has nine different security features to protect prescription authenticity, including a printed “Rx” that disappears when exposed to heat, and hidden “Rx INVALID” message that appears on any copies.

These specialty papers are being used for a wide range of applications, including security checks, prescriptions, certificates, warranties, legal and medical documents, transcripts, contracts, insurance documents, and more. They are most popular in the health care, pharmaceutical, banking, legal, education and insurance industries due to the high amount of sensitive documents and data.

These papers are stocked and readily available in a 12 x 18 sheet size, and are in-stock andready to ship today. For your next application that calls for maximum security and originality, look to GPA’s Ultra Digital® Security Papers.


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